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Windows 7 Partition Error
This started about 3 months ago when I installed Kali Linux dual boot with windows, both were running fine but I installed a few Windows 7 programs for Kali Linux using Wine and I guess since the default location is c:\user\bla\bla it somehow messed up Windows and when I tried running it again it frooze on Windows is Loading files. After awhile it went to Windows Startup Repair automatically and when I tried to fix it using Startup Repair I messed it up even more and now it just boots to this screen:
Loading DRMK V8.00...
RAMdrive Version 8.00 - 02 Oct 2007
Copyright (c) 2005-2007 Dell Inc.
Virtual disk drive E: (32767 KB, 51 bytes/sector, 1024 root entries)
DRMK Version 8.00
COMMAND.COM Build 37 - Jul 28, 2008
DRMK KERNEL Build 15 - Aug 8, 2008
Copyright (c) 2006-2008 Dell Inc. All rights reserved.
The user gregrocker recommended to use Paragon Rescue Kit but I can't since I have only OS X computers and I can't download the Windows version for OS X, I do have a Windows 8 laptop but has no disc tray so I need a USB Rescue Kit for Windows not a CD one.
About a day ago I downloaded AVG Rescue Kit and ran it fine so this is pretty much where I am, I will upload a photo of all my partitions using AVG Rescue Kit TestDisk and as you can see there is one that is called "HPFS - NTFS (NUMBERS) [OS]" So I guess this one is where my Windows 7 files are but I don't know how to get it running normally, other than that both Linux partitions are the both Operating Systems I downloaded before.
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